New developments and applications in the ANUCLIM spatial climatic and bioclimatic modelling package

@article{Xu2013NewDA,
  title={New developments and applications in the ANUCLIM spatial climatic and bioclimatic modelling package},
  author={Tingbao Xu and Michael F. Hutchinson},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2013},
  volume={40},
  pages={267-279}
}
ANUCLIM (Xu and Hutchinson, 2011) is a unique software package used to support the spatial modelling and mapping of environmental and natural resources. It has been extensively employed for scientific research, teaching and policy making across study areas at various spatial scales. The package enables users to readily interrogate estimated values, in point and grid form, of monthly, seasonal and annual mean climate variables from supplied elevation dependent monthly mean climate surfaces and… CONTINUE READING

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